Men with prostate cancer get too little help dealing with loss of sexual function
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Men with prostate cancer get too little help dealing with loss of sexual function

Sophie Smith Specialist nurse, Prostate Cancer UK

Dedicated nurse specialists could improve patient experience

Prostate cancer is on track to become the UK’s most common cancer by 2030, and more than 400,000 men currently have the disease. Dedicated nurse specialists can hugely improve patient experience and outcomes for these men, but it is important that nurses have the information they need to provide this care.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 18, 5, 15-15. doi: 10.7748/cnp.18.5.15.s12

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